Saturday, October 28, 2017
Gestation Seven by J. Stewart Willis
Date Published: March 2017
When an experiment to reduce the gestation period of humans goes horribly wrong, three government scientists are entangled in the murder of two babies. A young reporter stumbles onto the scene and begins to investigate, unraveling all the all the secrets behind the experiment.
This in turn leads to a congressional hearing to find out why government oversight failed. Turmoil ensues, leaving one man holding the bag in a story that has readers glued to their seats.
About the Author
J. Stewart Willis, a graduate of West Point and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute has had a varied life as from time in Vietnam with the173rd Airborne Brigade, sixteen years as a professor of physics at West Point, a manager with the TRW for communications projects and the Nuclear Waste Project at Yucca Mountain in Nevada and as Mayor, for nine years, of the Town of Washington, Virginia. Now he is pursuing a lifetime dream of writing fiction.